How to avoid ageism when recruiting new talent
- June 23, 2022
- David Neumark, economics, Employee Benefit News, June 23, 2022
According to a study conducted by the University of California, Irvine, workers over 40 are only about half as likely to get a job offer than younger employees — but their age is not the only detrimental factor. Unconscious biases about their experience and the expectations that come with it may disqualify them from the get-go, says Jill Chapman, senior performance consultant at Insperity, an HR administrative services company.
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